Just Jaeckin was one of the fashion pioneers of the so-called Pop years. He began photography in the 60s and collaborated with Elle, Vogue, Marie Claire, the Sunday Times, Harpers’s Bazar … He specialized in the photography of icons such as Jane Fonda, Brigitte Bardot, Catherine Deneuve, women who, he says, represent for him, the nurse, the lover, the wife, the caretaker. From the year 1972, his career took a new turn when Yves Rousset-Rouard proposed the staging of Emmanuelle. The film made more than 8 million entries in France. This is how his career as an erotic movie director...
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